Don't Get Taken Every Time: The Ultimate Guide to Buying Or Leasing a Car in the Showroom Or on the Internet

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Penguin Books, 2001 - Transportation - 412 pages
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For fifteen years, automotive consumer expert and former auto dealer Remar Sutton has helped hundreds of thousands of car buyers to get the best deal in town. This completely new edition protects car buyers from the dealers' latest secret weapon-the Internet. Even the smallest bit of information entered on a Web site can give dealers what they need to take unfair advantage of their customers. From shopping and negotiating to financing, Sutton exposes car dealers' scams and gives you step-by-step instructions on how to get the best deal. With vital information about Internet shopping, privacy issues and how to use the Internet safely, and taking on the dealers, Sutton's guide is a must-read before stepping into a real or virtual showroom.

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Remar Sutton is president and cofounder with Ralph Nader of the nonprofit Consumer Task Force for Automotive Issues. "Dateline NBC, 20/20, 60 Minutes, Today, Good Morning America," CNN, "ABC Primetime, USA Today, The New York Times," and hundreds of others regularly use Sutton as an authority.

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